The Crown of Stones: Magic-Borne (Book 3) by C. L. Schneider – Review by Mary Katherine Alexander

Magic-Borne (The Crown of Stones, #3)Magic-Borne by C.L. Schneider
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Such an Epic Ending, my only regret in this is that it is ending. I loved following Ian on his journey through action, adventure, love and history as he did what he had to to destroy the Crown of Stones. There were so many moments, especially in this one I had to hold my breath for fear of who wouldn’t make it through much of the action. There were moments I screamed, moments I cried, and moments I was elated. C.L Schneider did an absolutely brilliant job with this series, from the first book to the last, each one got better and better and made you love or loathe and feel for so many of her brilliant characters. It’s a wonderfully magic and rare occurrence when that can happen, especially when each book gets better than the last, but I adored all three of the books. I say my only regret in this is that it is ending, but it was wrapped up wonderfully and doesn’t need to be stretched out. I will definitely have a book hangover from this series, as I try to find something to fill the void in my heart The Crown of Stones series left behind.
I recommend this for mature audiences, especially those with a penchant for fantasy and a grand story.
5 out of 5 Stars as always.

Reviewed By @teainaukgarden
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